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    Nor I.

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    Thought the same thing about them melting. This is my only "recipe" and would definitely use the liners for this.

    1 box Betty Crocker super moist choc. fudge cake mix
    1 c. egg substitute
    1 package sugar free pudding (any flavor)
    3/4 c. water ( I use coffee)
    1 cup fat free sour cream
    1/4 c. mini chocolate chips
    1 cup unsweetened applesauce

    Mix all ingredients in bowl put in crock pot. Cover top of pot with paper towel and put lid on. Cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 3-4 hours.
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    They dont melt promise. You can find them in the aisle where the saran wrap, parchement paper, plastic food storage bags are.

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    This is totally fattening...but

    2 lbs sausage, cooked
    1 pkg lasagna no boil noodles
    2 cans of (favorite tomato sauce)
    Shredded cheese

    (I don't like ricotta, so I don't use)

    layer this way

    sauce
    noodle
    meat
    cheese

    repeat 2 times. Cook on low 6-8 hours. VIOLA....

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    ^^ so you dont boil the noodles before hand right or you get the kind of noodles that you dont have to boil. Im sorry if I sound stupid.
    I dont understand the difference between the "no boil" noodle and a regular noodle. They are both hard when not cooked aheheeh

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    No, you don't have to boil the noodles first if you get the 'no boil'. Honestly, even when I get just regular noodles, I don't boil them. All the sauce put in the layers softens the noodles to perfection!


    Oh, and btw...I live in Texas too!

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    How did I miss this thread? Mine broke and my mother had offered me an extra one of hers but I forgot all about it..till I just saw this thread..and I am going over there this morning! thanks for your post equallydivided!

    *edit to add: I got the crock pot! *
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    What is Italian Wedding whatever? Can someone post the recipe?

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    Italian Wedding Soup

    10 c. chicken broth home made or store bought
    1 bunch escarole cleaned and sliced
    parsley or sweet basil
    1-2 eggs
    Salt and pepper
    Parmesan cheese
    small meatballs

    I cheat and use premade meatballs and add ingredients to the crock pot.. Add seasonings to your taste and cook on high for 6 hours. Beat the eggs and drizzle into the hot broth. This will make egg ribbons.

    Add the escarole and cook on low for about 2 hours. Serve with grated cheese on top.

    I cook acini in a little bit of the broth on the stove and add it to the soup. Boys complain that the little noodles get nasty in the crock pot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by equallydivided
    No, you don't have to boil the noodles first if you get the 'no boil'. Honestly, even when I get just regular noodles, I don't boil them. All the sauce put in the layers softens the noodles to perfection!


    Oh, and btw...I live in Texas too!
    Hello fello Texan I will be trying out this recipe this week. Thanks Equally
    I love Italian Wedding soup, its my favorite next to chicken dumplings (I know its not really a soup, just depends on the thickness of the gravy)

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    Have any of you tried breads in the crock pot????

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    hi fellow ladies of the Crock world, I absolutely LOVE my Crock Pot!!!!! I am soooo happy that you ladies are posting recipes, please keep them coming! I especially love Mexican food and Italian, ohhh and desserts!!! teehee! Tahnks!

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    Salsa Chicken

    4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
    1pack taco seasoning
    1 16oz jar salsa
    1 can black beans (pinto or white beans are good too)
    1 can corn - drained

    Add the chicken breasts to the crock pot, sprinkle both sides with taco seasoning. Use only half of the pack. Pour salsa over chicken. Cover and cook on low for 6 - 8 hours. About an hour before serving, add the beans and corn. Serve over rice or shred the chicken and serve with tortillas. It's so simple and delish!

    We've done this with beef before. Served it like tacos with sour cream, cheese and sauce.

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    Here's another fast and easy dish.

    Shredded chicken BBQ sandwiches

    5 to 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts
    1 bottle of bbq sauce
    1 medium vidalia or sweet onion
    rolls or hamburger buns

    Salt and pepper the chicken breasts and add to the crock pot. Slice onion and layer on top of the chicken. Pour bbq sauce over chicken. Use as much as you like, but enough to cover the chicken. Cook on low for 7 - 8 hours. Shred chicken and serve on rolls. I serve it with cole slaw.

    This is so good for the summer.

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